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Friday, March 16, 2007

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Sande

What a silly building! I suppose it doesn't really cost more to put the window trim on upside down, but is that real dirt on the roof? How's Hero doing? Better, I hope. My dog is 13, but has good hips and has been getting glucosamine since she was 3. She had ACL surgery (twice cuz the vet messed up the first time) and has been sound ever since.

Virginia P

Welcome home, Dianna. I alwasy miss your blogging when you skip a few dats,,,,,,

I have lots to show/tell you when I get back fom New York (yarn, books, Craft Magazine).

Amy Boogie

Crazy building. Very interesting but yes there is something to be said for Maine practicality

Chris

Always good to be back on home turf, especially after something as interesting but frivolous as something designed to look like it was destroyed. How's Hero doing?

Peg

I just found your blog! Looking at the building wants to make me shake my head and try again - it is a bit 'wonky' looking, but that is probably what a 'moved by mother nature' building would look like.
I looked back in your blog and had a great smile at the lobster carving. I am originally from Nova Scotia - near you and now live on Vancouver Island - the other coast.
Happy Knitting!

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